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In the link you showed, it states that WiFi signal will be disabled for the AE, providing only ethernet conection to a device wired into the AE. Let's say it would only saves you from installing a long ethernet wire, but it is not an active part of your wifi network for other devices other than the phisically conected. So, your wifi devices will not be able ...


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Any drives harddrives connected to the usb port on Airport Extreme must be in FAT32 or HFS+. If you plug it directly into the Mac USB port then an NTFS or DOS, fat 16 etc can be recognized also but to see an external on a network plugged directly into usb port of an airport extreme, it must be in HFS+ or FAT32 in order to see it over a network. The reason ...


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It looks like you might be looking for something like this: NetUse Traffic Monitor By Prime73 Inc. Found on Apple Store. NetUse monitors and collects real-time Internet usage stats for all the computers in your home or office that share an Internet connection. NetUse works great with Apple’s time capsule, airport extreme, airport express (a ...


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PeakHour on the Apple Store can use snmp to monitor the bandwidth usage of network routers (including AirPorts). I don't know if can measure individual clients though. Larger scale you could use something like Cacti to monitor all of your devices and graph their statistics such as open connections, bandwidth, etc.


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The problem with that model of AirPort Express is that it only supports 802.11b/g and not the much faster 802.11n. Using it with an Apple TV, I doubt you'll have sufficient bandwidth to watch HD content. If that's not a problem for you, then here is how I got my AirPort Express (A1264) to extend my TP-Link connection via Ethernet. I'm assuming you know your ...


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Yes, we offer a PoE splitter for the Airport Extreme and Airport Express. See antlamp.com


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WiFi signal strength only tells just that, the strength of the signal. It is a prerequisite to have a good connection. How ever that does not tell you about the Quality. If you have high interference (from devices or Neighboring networks) then your RSSI will be high. It should be <70 or better (the lower the better). Then there is the Transmit Rate ...


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I've had this problem for a long time now (beginning after an upgrade to Mavericks) and, after months of research, I think I finally found a fix. First of all, there are quite a number of people with the very same problem in the Apple forums: Why in OS X Mavericks internet is so slow? Mavericks network issue So this is a known issue and I really don't ...


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Not everything makes perfect sense, but I believe this set of instructions will help you along. Review the entire articles below: http://support.apple.com/kb/PH18872 - for the erase and reinstall http://support.apple.com/en-us/HT201250 - for setting up backups once the restore is complete Outline of the process: make sure the backup is safe and ...


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your looking to do something like what the Wavespot (router) does, its a social wifi authentication gateway that allows people to sign into a wifi network using email or Facebook 'Like' (or twitter or Google Plus). Good service and we use it for a few of our agency (bluntagency.com) clients, predominantly shopping centre's.


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Generally speaking, only the router should need any PPPoE login credentials, and all the devices on the local network would get their connection through the router (in your case the AirPort base station), with the router giving them local network information via DHCP. If other devices on the local network are working properly with "standard" wireless and ...


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It was probably there before Yosemite but you did not see it. Usually when your Internet service provider requires it it will be used. PPPoE stands for Point-to-Point Protocol over Ethernet. PPPoE has become a favorite technology of broadband Internet service providers, who use it to save time and money. DSL and cable modem subscribers, on the ...


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Here is a link to Apple's instructions on how to mount the drives on both sides if they don't seem to show up. How to mount a Time Capsule HD The only disk formats that the Time Capsules support are HFS (Macs default), FAT16, and FAT32. Supported HD for Time Capsule. Since you have a large HD you cannot use FAT16 as it is made for smaller HD's (<2GB). ...


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I don't see any issue with this as long as both the Extreme and the second Express are run in Bridge mode extending the current network provided from the first Express. Whether that is possible will depend on what kind of signal each receives.


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I got this hint from https://discussions.apple.com/thread/2735366?start=0&tstart=0 Check out the last post from Paul Verity. I've just hit on this problem too, and also found that deleting the DNS entries in my TimeCapsules DNS configuration fixed the problem.



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